Rational Analysis of University Administration Nomocracy



The university administration is the key to security teaching level and school efficiency, which play a crucial role in processes of reform of university education and improvement of the modern education system. Our country is promoting construction of society nomocracy. University Administration Nomocracy is an important part of promoting the construction of society nomocracy. It is able to ensure the effective operation of teaching and research work around university, in addition to promote the full implementation of university administration function. It has to rationally analyze administration nomocracy in aspect of university administration works and explore strategy to promote construction of nomocracy actively.


University; Administration; Nomocracy; Rational analysis

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